CHAPTER 7: PERMISSIONS

Every human being, as age progresses, cultivates within him certain qualities that are beyond the reach of any other living being. A significant one that can be observed between a human being and other living beings is the transformation of the former on various behavioral aspects, despite the basic animal instincts that remain common. The elements of virtuousness, empathy, faith,…

CHAPTER 6: FATE

Even after acquiring knowledge in many complex areas of the ecosystem and having developed control mechanisms for its endurance, the wisdom of life still remains an enigmafor human beings. Among the various mysterious elements of life, predictability of future is the most significant and complex one. From time immemorial, man was on the mission to explore the science of predicting…

CHAPTER 5: RACE

The logic of competing with others for better life is one of the primary lessons taught to a child. He is not only given the basic cognitive inputs but is also guided through a systematic process so as to accommodate the intricacies of competition throughout his life. The world we see today, which is filled with competition and rivalry, is…

CHAPTER 4: TRAITS

Nature is considered as the mother of diversity. It would be astonishing to note that, as on date, earth consist of approximately 8.7 million species. Each species has got its own unique characteristics that makes it different from others. These distinctive features, blessed by Nature, guide them towards their existence as well as extinction. As a result, those who were…

CHAPTER 3: SELF LIKENESS

Love is one of the most misunderstood word in the field of psychology. The chapter tries to bring clarity on this aspect. It begins with a very relevant question in today‚Äôs context. Are human beings selfish and always selfish? Various theories related to love are critically analyzed in order to find an answer to the question. Different perspectives of love…

CHAPTER 2: SENSATIONS

Have you ever got bewildered by searching answers to the following questions? What is happiness and why is it being considered as the most important element of life? Is happiness a basic instinct, purpose of life, habit or an attitude? Can happiness be considered as a fate which is beyond control? What is the reason for many people including saints…

CHAPTER 1: HISTORY

  Every scientific discovery is indebted to the human mind and its never-ending inquisitiveness. Freedom of thought is a major antecedent in scientific researches. Many prominent discoveries start with informal observations, which then progress into logical patterns and finally evolve into conceptual models. Alas, mind still continues to be one of the rare areas where science finds it difficult to…